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Re: splitting experimental by arch?

"Raul" == Raul Miller <rdm@test.legislate.com> writes:
> Raul> [rather than a bunch of quotes, I'll just recap the points I
> Raul> think I got: "Experimental" is for dangerous packages and those
> Raul> with wild machine interface changes.  Packages should be moved
> Raul> from "Experimental" to "Unstable" when the package is ready, as
> Raul> opposed to some phase in Debian's release schedule.]
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@datasync.com> wrote:
> 	I think you got that wrong. Experimental is for experimental
>  packages, some of which also happen t be dangerous. I agree about the
>  movement out to unstable.

I'm not sure what you mean.  

What's an example of a package that is not dangerous to system
integrity, and doesn't have wildly different interfaces than before yet
should be included in "Experimental"?


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